The One Year Book of Personal Prayer
Value priced ^Ideal for those wishing to develop a more regular prayer life. Each day the reader encounters a portion from the Psalms, a selected prayer, and a short inspirational quote emphasizing an important aspect of prayer. The short daily...
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Value priced ^Ideal for those wishing to develop a more regular prayer life. Each day the reader encounters a portion from the Psalms, a selected prayer, and a short inspirational quote emphasizing an important aspect of prayer. The short daily readings are designed to lift the heart and spark thoughts to use in personal conversations with God. Indexes of authors and Scripture provide easy access to material that readers especially want to find.
The One Year "RM" Book of Personal Prayer is a daily collection of emotive prayers sure to inspire and encourage its reader. Contributors of the prayers includes many well known saints, authors, politicians, theologians and others, but all with a keen sense of the power of prayer. With each prayer is an appropriate Scripture verse (from several translations such as NIV, NRSV, TLB, KJV, NKJV) and many concise complimentary uplifting devotional thoughts. The interior is printed on quality creme colored paper with two-color ink making it a beautiful gift book. The second edition has several extra features as listed below.
The late Corrie ten Boom is the author of Reflections of God's Glory, Letters from Prison, and In My Father's House. She also wrote the beloved international bestseller, The Hiding Place. Made into a movie by the same name, The Hiding Place portrays her family's efforts to hide Jews during the German occupations of The Netherlands during World War II, and of how God sustained Corrie through the atrocities of a concentration camp after she and her family were captured by the Nazis. Upon her release and until her death in1983, Corrie traveled the world, preaching the gospel to the lost and encou
Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) was a German Lutheran pastor, theologian (he received his doctorate in theology at the age of only 21), participant in the German Resistance movement against Nazism, and a founding member of the Confessing Church. He was involved in plots planned by members of the Abwehr (the German Military Intelligence Office) to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
He was arrested in March 1943, imprisoned, and eventually hanged just before the end of the World War II in Europe.
Some of his selected published works include Creation and Fall: A Theological Exposition of Genesis 1-3; Life Together; The Cost of Discipleship; Ethics; Christ the Center and Letters and Papers from Prison.